This interesting building is in Duck, North Carolina. It is an old life saving station. I saw the fences, so here it is.
We are on our way home now. I liked the sign but more importantly, it has the fence.
The last three photos were taken of a farm, all from the passenger seat as we were driving by. I take a lot of my photos with a cell phone now.
A lot of fencing around here.
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Thank you for visiting everyone and have a great day.
It sure was a beautiful day! That little building is strange, and has what looks to be a lookout on the very top. Is it near the water, would that be the purpose?ReplyDelete
We lucked out with the weather. When we left it started to rain. Just past the building is the water. I couldn't find out much about its history. Just that it had been either turned into a real estate agency, or a restaurant. Not sure which one is correct.Delete
wow great fences. Travel safely. Love from Katowice Poland.ReplyDelete
Thank you Gosia, we are home now after a very good journey. I send you love from Virginia, USA :)Delete
they fit fences and they fits signs and the fit GORGEOUS PICS, wow that they are cell phone pics.ReplyDelete
Thank you Sandra, I love my cell phone for many reasons. One of them is that they take great pics :)Delete
Lubię takie fotografie wykonane podczas podróży , pokazujące ciekawe miejsca:)ReplyDelete
Dziękuję Ci! Bardzo się cieszę, że podobały mi się moje zdjęcia.Delete
Thank you Christine :)Delete
The life saving station is quite distinctive.ReplyDelete
I thought so too William.Delete
Very nice photos of fences and barns, Denise. I love the lifesaving station! Beautiful sky.ReplyDelete
Thank you Martha Ellen :)Delete
Very nice places to visit, and very good fences indeed.ReplyDelete
Thank you messymimi :)Delete
Nice shots of your drive home. Hope you had a great trip. I too take many shots with my phone.ReplyDelete
It was a great trip, those cell phones are great aren't they?Delete
Very nice...thanks for sharing DeniseReplyDelete
You are very welcome Ashok, thank you :)Delete
Since I have been following some who post fences, I have been noticing fences more and more. They are all around us and we see them as we drive by every day. Fences can be decorative and a beautiful addition to a yard. Others are meant to be threatening. KEEP OUT! lolReplyDelete
Always they can be interesting.
I grew up with fences surrounding us. It was a privacy thing I guess and we got on well with all our neighbors, lol!Delete
My father made an attractive white picket fence to keep baby brother from straying.Delete
In so many subdivisions today a privacy fence necessary .... but it doesn't filter the music out. :(
Hello, wonderful fence scenes. The old life-saving station is a neat building. The Outer Banks is a pretty place to visit. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Thank you Eileen, I am beginning to love the Outer Banks, so interesting and full of wildlife which I enjoy :) You have a great weekend also :)Delete
And we too have been to Duck, NC, on a trip to the Outer Banks quite a few years ago.ReplyDelete
It is a great place isn't it Dorothy? :)Delete
"Duck" ... what a neat name for a town. It seems that farming and fencing go hand in glove. :)ReplyDelete
It certainly does, thank you Penelope.Delete
I love the farm scenes...they are always a favorite with me.ReplyDelete
I love them too Rose :)Delete
I enjoyed your photographs of your drive home … nice fences and barns.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
I am so glad Jan, thank you and all the best to you too :)Delete
We were in this area during our trip up the East Coast in 2010...and as Oregonians got a big kick out of being in Duck, since the UO mascot is the Duck.ReplyDelete
I remember getting the same kick out of the name Duck when I first visited many, many, many years ago :)Delete